Optimizing Translation: How To Clone a Translation Project?

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If you’ve ever been challenged with website translation, you know that effective content management is everything. It requires a lot of time and effort to make the process productive and meet the expectations that we set. That’s why it’s important that you re-use every bit of your resources in order not to waste more time and money.

With the technology of today, re-using your digital assets keeps getting more and more convenient.  As huge fans of customization, fitting the right approach to one’s needs and thinking outside of the box, we are pleased to observe it! But what about translation projects?

Not so long ago,  it wasn’t possible to add new languages to your project if you hadn’t selected multiple languages at a project setup. If you didn’t simply think ahead, there was no going back to the initial step. Then came the afterthought that in the age of constant improvement and effective content management, this lack of possibility could be considered a bit outdated. That’s why we decided to make it possible for you to clone a translation project!  Are you ready to make your translation workflow more productive? Let’s dive in!

How To Clone a Translation Project?

This option enables cloning an already used project and editing it. Since it was not really possible to add a new target language to an ongoing website translation project, we introduced the cloning feature! The process itself is safe, simple and easy. As the name suggests, the cloning tool will copy all of the settings from the original project in order to create a cloned one in a different target language.

This feature is basically adding new languages to your website translation project and keeping them connected! When you clone your original website translation project into a new language, the newly added language will be available in the language switch menu on your website. That means more time and money saved on opening your business to yet another market.  It’s perfect for the users who store their projects and want to add new languages to their website.

How Does It Work?

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To clone a project, enter the project details page by clicking on the project name.

#1. Click on the CLONE button
#2. Select the new target language from the dialog and click CLONE
#3. You will be redirected to the project details page of the cloned project

Project manager gets to choose what pages will they add to the new project and who will translate it. All of the project settings will be inherited in the newly created project. Of course, depending on its size, it may take a few moments until everything is ready. Voila!

After you’ve cloned the project into multiple languages and it’s and ready for publishing, you may choose a default language for the website. The best part is that no matter what the original source language is; Text United code snippet will automatically switch the website to the default language – you can access that feature from the projects settings page!

Productive Website Translation: Mode On! 

 

 

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